Hi guys! Again, the camera is out of action as it turns out my camera cable is still missing. In all honesty, I haven't done a lot of looking - just haven't had the time, but I'm hoping to have it again by next week so that I can get it charged up! Haha! Anyway...
Invisible Friends: Doc Mortis by Barry Hutchinson.
I actually got this last week but only just realised I missed it off. Whoops! Sorry, but thanks to the guys at Harper Collins for this one! :D The press release was personalised, and had my name on it and it came with a cool little prescription of fear. Very cool! Also, Barry will be stopping off on the Doc Mortis blog tour here on 7th August, so do be sure to check back then to see what it's all about! :)
Forever by Maggie Stiefvater.
Been looking forward to this for a while. I really liked Shiver and quite enjoyed Linger although it just didn't quite have the magic that it's predecessor did. However, excited for this. Am reading it at the moment and am enjoying it. Considerably more than The Scorpio Races I should say, which I didn't really get, but more on that in my actual review in a few weeks time, a bit nearer to release. Thanks to Scholastic for this! It came in a perdy, space-age, metalic silver envelope which was pretty cool! Haha!
Sister, Missing by Sophie McKenzie.
I have never read anything by Sophie, despite receiving one of her books a few months ago now, I think it was the latest in her Medusa Project series... I regret it now because this sounds amazing! And I love the cover! It really stands out. Although I don't like the yellow writing on it. But still, so cool! Kudos to the design team at S&S for this, and thanks to S&S for the arc! You guys rock!
A Greyhound of a Girl by Roddy Doyle.
This sounds so good! Four generations on a journey. And the cover! Wow! Getting rave reviews on Amazon thanks to the Vine Programme (where you get proof copies if you review loads or something like that...). Again, thanks to S&S for this. Cannot wait to read it!
Okay guys, well I hope you all have a great week. Leave a comment in the box to share some book love, and if you link your Postbox/Mailbox I'll do by best to have a look and comment too! Have a great week, and as always, happy reading!